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New location of the known corals genera (Favosites Lamarck, 1816 and Halysites Fischer von Waldheim, 1828) in the Mineral Raw Materials Mine in Mielenko Drawskie, West Pomeranian Province, Poland

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This paper presents the new location of the known corals genera: Favosites Lamarck, 1816 and Halysites von Waldheim, 1828, in the Mineral Raw Materials Mine in Mielenko Drawskie, West Pomeranian Province, Poland. These corals were obtained as a result of many years of exploration in this mine, by searching individual lots of post-glacial materials extracted by this mine.
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  • The Institute of Biopaleogeography named under Charles R. Darwin, Złocieniec, Poland
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